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17
Mar
2022

E&E Seminar: Understanding pollinator health: the importance of floral reward chemistry, the microbiome, and the combination of both »

1pm 17 March 2022

Pollinators are under threat from anthropogenic influences such as changed and reduced pollen and nectar resources from agricultural intensification, and emerging pathogens introduced through global trade into new host populations.

07
Mar
2022

The Australian Biochemistry Lunch Summer/Autumn Sessions 2022 »

12pm 7 March 2022

Renae Ryan (University of Sydney)

04
Mar
2022

E&E PhD Exit Seminar: Avian morphometrics and climate change »

4pm 4 March 2022

Climate has changed rapidly since the end of 19thcentury due to increased emission of greenhouse gases into the earth’s atmosphere.

02
Mar
2022

PS Seminar Series - Salicornia, a halophyte with untapped potential »

4pm 2 March 2022

Given the global rates of freshwater depletion and the lack of replenishment in many regions including Saudi Arabia, the use of seawater as a primary source of irrigation for cropping may be our only viable option.

02
Mar
2022

2022 Honours/Master students initial seminars »

12pm 2 March 2022

PS 2022 Honours/Master students initial seminars

01
Mar
2022

2022 Honours/Master students initial seminars »

12pm 1 March 2022

E&E 2022 Honours/Master students initial seminars

28
Feb
2022

The Australian Biochemistry Lunch Summer/Autumn Sessions 2022 »

12pm 28 February 2022

Frances Separovic (Bio21)

28
Feb
2022

2022 Honours/Master students initial seminars »

12pm 28 February 2022

2022 BSB Honours/Master Student initial seminars

25
Feb
2022

E&E PhD Exit Seminar: Unravelling the mystery of migratory behaviour in the Bogong moth Agrotis infusa using genomics and novel automated...

4pm 25 February 2022

An exceptionally impressive example of animal navigation is presented by the Bogong moth Agrotis infusa, that migrates over 1000 km from widely distributed winter breeding grounds to a relatively confined summer range in the Australian Alps, consistently arriving to the same sites as its predecessors

25
Feb
2022

PS Seminar Series - Tales from the transcriptome: Characterising FERONIA function through comparative gene expression analysis »

3.30pm 25 February 2022

FERONIA (FER) is a plant receptor kinase of many functions, binding to pectin in the cell wall and mediating an astoundingly broad range of plant activities.

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